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Thread: DMX Boogedy!

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    Well done Terra. awesome job
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    We've come for your Daughter Chuck!!

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    Another GREAT job Terra!

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    Thanks so much everyone Enjoyed this build (fun with Lazy Susans) heh.

    I took pictures of the latex and painting job so I'll post a tutorial by Friday, I think.

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    Now this one so very cool Now I want to learn about all the cool automations

    I'm not sea sick… just GREEN with envy LOL

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    As always, GREAT JOB!! love the movement!!

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    That looks really great Terra. I would like to have one of those guys, but $325 is just too much in my opinion.

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    Yeah, $325 is a big price, to be sure. Very tough decision for me to pull the trigger.

    But, looking at all the benefits he brings, I'm okay with the price. I rationalized it this way: I could get a Blucky but then have to figure out a way to have him stand upright with all the weight that Blucky carries and then still figure out how make that zombie movement. In the end, I really feel like I am paying for that amazing built-in kinetic energy plus I get a very tall and big Blucky skeleton.

    All together, he's a very inventive and unique prop. Additionally, he's very light and super-easy to mount. Just slide him onto the foot plates and you are good to go. The $200 off sure helped me decide and I enjoyed the corpsing and painting part of it. But, due to his price tag, he's not a casual prop, it's an investment prop. He's my back-door way of getting my hands on a professional prop without paying the $1,000 or more dollars I see for these kinds of things.

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    Once again Terra, you rock!!!!
    If I had a small portion of the talent you have I would be happy.
    Mr. Boogedy is awesome.........

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    Wow Terra, that looks very cool. You did a fantastic job with this.

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    Thank you so much PlainfieldDan and LaurieBeast

    I made a tutorial of how I latexed, corpsed and painted Boogedy in the tutorial section. The tutorial is also helpful on how to learn basic latexing, gruesome paint techniques and how to corpse. As an added special treat I also show how to make a Lazy Susan base platform that you can use for lots of props: http://www.halloweenforum.com/tutori...-painting.html

 

 
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